Genre/Form:FolkloreMaterial Type:Fiction, Juvenile audience, Audio book, etc.Document Type:Sound RecordingAll Authors / Contributors:Jay SilverheelsOCLC Number:3412719Performer(s):Jay Silverheels, narrator.Series Title:Indian vision series, v. 1Abstract:5 American Indian legends dramatized with authentic Indian chants and drum songs. For children grades K-6. Topics: Jay Silverheels, Indian Wisdom Stories, Native American Myths
An episode of "The Lone Ranger" from 1949. Note: This is an edited syndication print, missing several minutes. Originally aired 22 December 1949. favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels
bySol Lesser Productions, Directed by Kurt Neumann
Basil Rathbone is a pleasant surprise as a young composer of Broadway music in search of his true love. He meets young boy Chip, played by the Canadian Bobby Breen, singing sensation until his voice changed as a teen. Chip's single mom becomes the romantic desire of Rathbone, but circumstances may keep them apart. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Bobby Breen, Basil Rathbone, Marion Claire, Jay Silverheels
The Vance family settles right in the middle of a war between the Madden gang and local ranches. Despite the hostility to Fred Vance over his past, he decides he will not be run on this parcel of land. The Lone Ranger believes in Fred's innocence, and asks him to help stop the ranchers riding into an ambush and then set a counter trap for the gang after rescuing the son of one of the ranchers being held hostage. (IMDB) Topics: Lone Ranger, Classic TV, Rustlers Hideout, Western, Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels
An episode of the early television western "The Lone Ranger". Episode originally aired 29 December 1949 (this is a syndication print missing a few minutes of the episode). favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Western
1949 directed by John English starring Gene Autry and Champion, Sheila Ryan, Frank Richards, Hank Patterson and Jay Silverheels. Gene gets angry when he discovers sheep from the nearby Indian reserve are trampling around his cattle land, but when he rides over to confront them he discovers their plight, (they're poor and hungry), and aw shucks, he’s just got to help them out. This puts him into conflict with some seedy individuals who are taking advantage of the Indians. Singin,'... Topics: cowboy and the indians, gene autry, autry, jay silverheels, westerns, sheila ryan
An episode of "The Lone Ranger" from 1949. Not the first, but one of the earliest US network shows produced on film. Originally aired 6 October 1949 (note: this is a syndication print). favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1940s TV, 1940s Television, Western, The Lone Ranger, Tonto, Early...
The Lone Ranger and Tonto visit Phil Beach, an ex-bandit who was sent to prison by the Ranger but has now gone straight. Beach has become a Lincoln impersonator and delivers the Gettysburg Address annually at the town's festivities dressed as Honest Abe. Beach is frustrated that Seth Hawkins, his estranged father-in-law, will not lend him the money to send his ailing wife to a prescribed six months stay at a sanatorium. When Lefty, one of his ex-gang members, shows up that day and suggests a... Topics: Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, ex-bandit, prison, gone straight, ccmrtv, CCMR TV, Lone Ranger,...
Comedian Stan Freberg's Jeno's Pizza Rolls commercial, which was a spoof of the "Show Us Your Lark" cigarette commercials, which also utilized The William Tell Overture. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: classic tv commercial, Stan Freberg, The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Barney...